Categories
Investors

Stock Market Disaster: When It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Some Stocks [Video]

Watch/Read More

Stock Market Disaster: When It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Some Stocks

Description: “Good news is not good enough,” from earnings reports to positive economic data with weighted market uncertainty being at the center of it all, says Chris Versace, Chief Investment Officer of Tematica Research. “We’re almost seeing a repeat of the first quarter in 2020,” he tells our Daniela Cambone, “but the catalyst is different.” “Consumer inflation-fighting stocks are a great safe haven and are companies with an elastic business model,” Versace continues when asked about the best place to store money over the next year. He predicts that a “mini-supply chain issue,” will arise once China finds its way out of the current Covid resurgence. Due to the Fed facing a lag in the implementation of monetary policy, a soft landing is not likely, Versace concludes.

⭐️ Try Stansberry Research FREE for 7 days. Start now ➡️ https://bit.ly/3yePOvw
⭐️ Join Daniela Cambone’s exclusive community ➡️ https://danielacambone.com

➡️ Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StansberryResearch
➡️ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/stansberry
➡️ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stansberry_research
➡️ Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/stanberry-research

Chapters:

00:00 The Fed’s 50 basis point hike and its repercussions
3:22 Will the stock market rebound from here?
7:31What will change after the Fed begins to reduce its balance sheet?
8:31 Persistent supply chain issues
8:57 U.S. dollar continues to strengthen
9:48 Is a recession coming?
10:38 Will the Fed be able to save the market?

Categories
Investors

What the Future of Venture Capital Funding Could Look Like [Video]

Nora chats with Crunchbase CEO Jager McConnell about the increasingly difficult Venture Capital funding environment for late stage startups, and why some companies who raised at massive valuations last year are running into trouble. Jager also offers insight into the industries that are taking a beating in the startup world, and explains why biotech and cybersecurity are thriving.This episode's sponsors -- For more info on our presenting sponsor, check out https://realvision.com/businesscasual. To learn more about Wealthfront, check out wealthfront.com/casualTo learn more about Electric, check out http://electric.ai/businesscasualListen to Business Casual here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/business-casual/id1480059697Want more Business Casual? Binge it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90IHY4EujBU&list=PL9Un5sKEFR9FLCOLm7IkfGHeYE7oI4qX-Subscribe to Morning BrewSign up for free today: https://bit.ly/morningbrewytFollow The Brew!Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/morningbrew/Twitter - https://twitter.com/MorningBrewTik Tok - https://www.tiktok.com/@morningbrew00:00 Intro00:41 Intro to Jager McConnell and Crunchbase03:00 “Professional pet peeves” ice breaker04:59 What is Crunchbase?07:31 When Jager joined Crunchbase08:44 Wanting to be the Spotify of the enterprise world09:33 Use cases for Crunchbase12:14 Pattern of struggle for startups14:05 What entrepreneurs should focus on15:21 Diversity and investments17:32 Funding trends18:51 What’s working in the startup world?21:01 Analyzing trending industries22:06 Retail investors and Crunchbase23:25 Metrics investors are focused on24:15 Film moonshot25:20 Two truths and a lie26:22 Startup Jager missed investing in27:22 CreditsWhat the Future of Venture Capital Funding Could Look Like